Mihlali Ndamase (born 29 November 1996) is a South African Vlogger on YouTube, make-up artist and social media influencer.
She is a co-founder of the Siyasizana Foundation. Her vlogging inspiration came from Aaliyah Jay, Nicole Guerrero and Nikki tutorials videos on YouTube.
Her date of birth is on 29 November 1996 in South Africa. Mihlali Ndamase is 24 years old (2020).
Mihlali Ndamase was born into the family of a fashion designer mother and a father who was a doctor.
She studied at all-girls boarding high school in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal. She holds a certification as a professional makeup artist from Leaders In The Science of Fashion (LITSOF).
She is a student of Brand Strategic Communication at VEGA.
The list released by Hopper HQ revealed that Mihlali Ndamase is among the highest-paid Instagram users. She is the 135th highest paid users and earns USD$1,800 per post.
Her rumored boyfriend is Lewis Hamilton, F1 driver. The rumor was triggered by a series of photos of herself at the Singapore Grand Prix she posted on Instagram.
Among these photos features Lewis in a store and was captioned “You did the best you could babe, super proud of you. A winner in my eyes.” The post was ended with a loved-up smiley.
Mihlali has worked with many brands including MAC Cosmetics, Urban Decay, Bernini, NYX Professional Makeup, and Bobbi Brown among others.
She and Dineo Nono founded the Siyasizana Foundation, a non-profit organisation, in 2017.
“Dineo Nono and I were following each other on Twitter. One day I tweeted asking if anyone knows a shelter where I can donate shoes and she responded.
“That’s when we realised that we have the same passion for giving back – thus the formation of Siyasizana Foundation.” She shared with Ayana Magazine in an interview.
The foundation mission is to “to provide long-term assistance that allows for independent sustainability from those impacted with the projects conducted.”
While its vision is “To empower and assist the underprivileged and vulnerable through projects that will provide necessities such as school stationery, sanitary products, food, clothing, and books.”